With the rise of local business search online, here's something “you” as a local business owner should know.
Google recently announced the launch of a new portal for small businesses to commemorate International Small Business Day on June 27, 2019.
The new website provides resources along with product recommendations to teach you how you can improve your business.
Called Google for Small Business, it starts by prompting you to answer some questions about your business. Based on the answers you give, Google will suggest solutions which will address your specific needs.
It goes without saying, this is a Google-centric service. So, don’t be surprised when the solutions it offers are decidedly on its side. That said, it is a great place to bring your business online. And if it is already online, move it forward by using Google’s expertise and proven tools.
Google for Small Business is a new initiative the company calls Grow with Google. The initiative looks to help you find the right Google tools and services to reach your business goals. It is also Google’s attempt to really go after the small business sector.
To that end, Google brought a former small business owner, Kim Spalding as the company’s global product director for Small Business Ads. In her two-year tenor at the position, Spalding and her division have addressed issues specific to small businesses.
Considering all the solutions Google offers, finding the right tool/s can be overwhelming. Especially for small businesses with limited resources and those starting up.
This is exactly what Spalding says in the blog announcing the new service. Spalding explains, “The internet has created new opportunities for small businesses, but it can be hard to know where to start.”
You will find the complete article and full details on the Small Business Package following the link below:
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